Complete COVID-19 guidelines of the city/state you are travelling to
Passengers are advised to comply with their port of disembarkation's airline/state-issued guidelines.
Passengers arriving from 'at risk' countries (Europe, United Kingdom, Brazil, China, Ghana, Mauritius, New Zealand, Tanzania, Hong Kong & Israel) need to undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival. These travellers will have to wait until the test result is declared before exiting the airport or taking a connecting flight. Passengers with negative test results will need to undergo seven days of home quarantine. Please note that these guidelines will also be applicable to passengers transiting via countries at risk.
Further, passengers arriving from countries other than at risk will be allowed to leave the airport and shall self-monitor their health for 14 days after their arrival. Additionally, 2% of the total flight passengers shall undergo random testing on arrival at the airport, and the traveller shall bear the cost of the test.
Please note that all international arrival passengers need to upload a negative RT-PCR test report at this link. The test should have been conducted within 72 hours of undertaking the journey.
You may refer to the following guidelines for detailed information,
Passengers can book Skycap Services on https://Pranaam.csia.in for availing assistance from check-in baggage collection/Baggage Carousel till car parking/taxi pick-up zone.
As per the requirement of the state, passengers are requested to carry the Health Declaration form (Download here) which needs to be presented upon arrival to MCGM officers. This undertaking form should be carried by the passengers along with Air Suvidha self-declaration.
As per the state's requirement, passengers are requested to carry the Health Declaration form which must be presented to MCGM officers upon arrival. The passengers should carry this undertaking form along with Air Suvidha self-declaration.